Hey, blogspot readers, it's a windy start to Autumn here in Chicago! Tonight, this busy reviewer rockin' the Park West to see Miggs (from FL) and then it's dining at Sushi O Sushi for some yummy Japanese eats. Both come highly recommended.
SouthSide first wants to apologize to Miggs for missing part of their opening set. However, she was able to enjoy the rest of the refreshing, energetic pop/rock sound in which the band rocked the stage. This reviewer suggests listening to Summer Takes The Fall (a perfect song to ease into the seasonal chage while holding onto those fun summertime memories), Crawl Inside (an emotionally charged love ballad which highlights the dynamic power of Don's [front man on guitar] vocals) and Let The Games Begin (an energetic rock pop anthem which pumps excitement and momentum). Catch Miggs currently on tour with Thriving Ivory and Ed Kowalcyzk (of Live). For tour dates and information, visit http://www.miggsmusic.com or http://www.myspace.com/miggs. Also listen to the podcast of Miggs' live appearance on Fearless Radio at http://www.fearlessradio.com.
Just a short distance away from Park West, SouthSide suggests dining Sushi O Sushi restaurant for some yummy before or after concert eats. This friendly place prides itself on delicious sushi in 43 different varieties with unique names as well as Sushi & Sashimi, Dinner Entrees, Appetizers and more. This reviewer enjoyed the tantalizing Chicken Teriyaki while her friend tried the special uniquely titled Armitage (fresh tuna mixed top secret sauce on top of yummy cucumber). Diners will like the coziness of this intimate restaurant (great for first-dates and small gatherings) and the personable staff who make sure you're having a wonderful dining experience. Oh be sure to say "hi" to Kyle of (Along The Parallel). Check out his band when they rock the stage at Cubby Bear (Wrigleyville) on Oct. 9th. For Sushi O Sushi menu information and hours, visit http://www.sushiosushichicago.com or call 773 871 4777.
Until next time, support your local scene,